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  • Thursday, April 2 - Saturday, April 4
    Lobby Hero
    By award-winning playwright & screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan; directed by Amy Lemon Olson. The moral dilemma of a young security guard in a Manhattan apt. bldg. Thu–Sat 8pm. Tkts $25. Phone: 845-230-7020. Email: info@tangent-arts.org. Url: http://tangent-arts.org.

  • Friday, April 3
    Neil Gaiman & Laurie Anderson
    Professor Gaiman hosts a dialogue with the legendary musician and composer. 7:30pm. $25/$5 w/Bard ID. Phone: 845-758-7900. Email: fishercenterboxoffice@bard.edu. Url: http://fishercenter.bard.edu.

  • Saturday, April 4
    "Contemporary Art in Historic Spaces"
    Join us for a lecture by Curator Pieranna Cavalchin, curator of contemporary art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. 3–5pm. $10/$12. Pre-registration suggested. Phone: 518-828-1872 x109. Email: shasbrook@olana.org. Url: http://olana.org.

  • Saturday, April 4
    ZviDance
    Surveillance called "a shrewd collage, both appealing and disconcerting.... the urban world we know, deconstructed and reassembled." NY Times. 7:30pm.$30/student rush $10. Phone: 845-757-5106x2. Email: pgrkaats@bestweb.net. Url: http://www.kaatsbaan.org.

  • Saturday, April 4
    Aaron Landsman Performance
    Public Dialogue: Perfect City Discussions. Theater artist Aaron Landsman reimagines urban life in a performed public meeting. 3pm. Free, reservations required. Phone: 845-758-7900. Email: fishercenterboxoffice@bard.edu. Url: http://fishercenter.bard.edu.

  • Saturday, April 4
    Egg Scramble
    Egg hunt, crafts and raffle; on the grounds of Linden Avenue Middle School at 11am. Url: http://redhookvillage.org.

  • Sunday, April 5
    Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company
    Bold, energetic and technically demanding program. 7:30pm. $30/$10 student rush w/ID. Phone: 845-757-5106x2. Email: pgrkaats@bestweb.net. Url: http://www.kaatsbaan.org.

  • Monday, April 6
    Property and Freedom
    Is gaining legal title the way to overcome poverty in South Africa? One day conference co-sponsored by Hannah Arendt Ctr. 9am–5pm. See website for more info. Email: arendt@bard.edu. Url: http://bard.edu/hannaharendtcenter.

  • Wednesday, April 8
    Spring Migratory Birding
    Following presentation, a guided walk in Olana’s beautiful artist-designed landscape. Bring binoculars and wear sturdy walking shoes. No pre-registration is required. For more information or to purchase tkts visit web site. $5 per person from 9–11am. Phone: 518-828-1872 x109. Email: shasbrook@olana.org. Url: http://olana.org.

  • Thursday, April 9 - Sunday, April 12
    Lobby Hero
    By award-winning playwright & screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan; directed by Amy Lemon Olson. The moral dilemma of a young security guard in a Manhattan apt. bldg. Thu–Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm. Tkts $25. Phone: 845-230-7020. Email: info@tangent-arts.org. Url: http://tangent-arts.org.

  • Friday, April 10 - Sunday, April 12
    Othello
    Modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s play adapted and directed by Lou Trapani. Focus: people of color in a white society. Fri 4/10 at 8pm, Sun 4/12 at 3pm. $24/$22. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Shakespeare on Broadway
    A revue from musicals that have been adapted from the works of Shakespeare, including West Side Story, Kiss Me Kate, The Boys from Syracuse, Two Gentleman of Verona. Directed by Kevin Archambault. 8pm; $24/$22. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Bard Baroque Ensemble
    Concert at 7pm. Phone: 845-758-7196. Email: conservatoryconcerts@bard.edu. Url: http://bard.edu/conservatory/events.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Chili Night at Elmendorph!
    Benefit for Historic Red Hook w/homemade food & live music by Red Hook’s Maggie Rothwell. 6–8pm.Tkt at door $10/$6 children. Phone: 845-758-1920. Email: redhookhistory@gmail.com. Url: http://historicredhook.org.

  • Saturday, April 11 - Sunday, April 12
    Linden Ave. Drama Club Performance
    Sat 6–8pm, Sun 4–6pm. In the LAMS Cafe. Phone: 845-758-2241. Url: http://redhookcentralschools.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Opening, Art Show
    Reception for Scenic Hudson benefit show. Call for time. Phone: 845-516-4435. Email: betsyjacaruso@gmail.com. Url: http://betsyjacarusoartist.com .

  • Saturday, April 11
    Opening, Chancellor Livingston Show
    Opening of exhibit on Livingston. 2–4pm. Email: info@friendsofclermont.org. Url: http://friendsofclermont.org .

  • Saturday, April 11
    Daffodil Tea
    Afternoon tea with finger sandwiches, homemade cakes and cookies, and fine teas. 1pm. $30/$20, reservations req. Phone: 845-876-4818. Email: wilderstein@wilderstein.org. Url: http://wilderstein.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Staatsburg & Local Estates
    Anthony Musso, author of Staatsburg: A Village Lost in Time, will give talk on estates and their owners. Lecture free but seating limited and reservations required. At 1pm. Phone: 845-889-8851 X300. Email: Donald.Fraser@parks.ny.gov . Url: http://staatsburgh.org.

  • Sunday, April 12
    ADD/ADHD Talk
    Harness the incredible power of this brain style w/Catherine Pietrow, certified ADD/ADHD and executive function coach. 2pm. Phone: 845-876-4030. Email: starrdirector@starrlibrary.org. Url: http://starrlibrary.org.

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Dutchess/Columbia Community Businesses

Celebrating its 18th year as one of the premier art dealers and venues in the Hudson Valley, the gallery focuses on quality original contemporary, regional, 20th-c. and Hudson River Art, and offers changing exhibitions, a holdings gallery, curatorial, consultation, commissioning, art delivery and installation services. The gallery has established an outstanding reputation for its dedicated service to both clients and artists. Spring programs include solo exhibitions by David Eddy and Polly W. Law, and the annual Collectors Salon & Sale.

22 E. Market St., 3rd floor, Rhinebeck
845-876-7578

Great selection and discounts on a world of art materials & studio supplies. Find office products, cards, novelty gifts, and award-winning custom picture frame shop and full-service copy shop (with graphics) in all three stores. Hours vary among the 3 stores in Woodstock, Kingston & Poughkeepsie.

328 Wall St., Kingston, NY 12401, 845-331-7780 / 807 Main St., Poughkeepsie, NY, 12603, 845-452-1250 / 35 Mill Hill Rd., Woodstock, NY 12498, 845-679-2251
845-331-7780

Spring classes include: belly dancing, Latin/ballroom dance, Reiki, SAT prep, photography, pickleball, basketball, knitting, restorative stretch, watercolor, collage art, Tai Chi, zumba, yoga, Pilates, Heartsaver CPR, tennis, babysitter certification, defensive driving, 5-hour pre-licensing, and more.

Red Hook
845 758-2241x71351

Over 25 years working in collaboration with homeowners and professional designers to create a unique and special something for the home or office. Custom cabinetry and so much more!

845-399-5484

Former college admission director helps students discover and gain admission to best-fit, affordable colleges, while minimizing senior-year stress. Complimentary first consultation; hourly sessions and comprehensive value plans available. Sandra M. Moore, M.A.

845-424-8336

We are a full service remodeling and new construction firm. Our projects range from windows and doors, kitchens and bathrooms, interior and exterior work, all the way up to new home construction and whole house remodeling.

With a 2-year degree in architecture, owner Jason Jones can help with the design process as well. Call us for a free consultation visit.

11 Ackert Hook Rd, Rhinebeck
845-224-5936

The Children’s Medical Group has a distinguished history of caring for the region’s children, with a tradition of excellence, accessibility and caring, offering comprehensive medical service to children of all ages. Kingston office now open; Monday evening hours in Rhinebeck.

Rhinebeck Office Park 187 E. Market St., Rhinebeck
845-452-1700

The NY Center for Jungian Studies presents annual programs in Rhinebeck, Ireland and other extraordinary settings. Open to the general public, our programs are designed for individuals interested in applying Jungian psychology to their personal lives and/or professional activities.

Rhinebeck
845-256-0191

Offering on-site service for home and small business PCs and Macs in northern Dutchess and southern Columbia area. Services include installation, upgrade and repair of hardware and software. Instruction in Windows, Mac OSX, Internet and application software.

845-757-5619

Kathryn Whitman Architecture specializes in residential design—new construction, renovations and restorations. Combining overall design strength and fine detailing, we offer architectural and interior design services in the Hudson Valley and New York City. Let us collaborate on your vision for your home.

845-640-1636 or 845-640-1636

Eagle Hill Day Camp is conveniently located in the town of Elizaville, N.Y. We have a great facility with a lake, 2 pools, terrific sports fields and courts, swim instruction, tennis instruction, all sports, golf, gymnastics, mountain biking, archery, arts studios, ceramics, woodworking, theatre, dance and much more. Small camp groups and excellent supervision provided. A Full Buffet Lunch is included each day (and gluten-free food service is available). Hours are Monday through Friday 9am–5pm, rain or shine. Partial season plans available; also ask about our 1/2 day program for younger campers. Call or e-mail us!

White Oak Rd, Elizaville
914-725-4876

Our aim is to give you an authentic, integrated and transformative yoga experience. We welcome you to come just as you are and enjoy ongoing weekly classes. We offer: Yoga for Every Body, Vinyasa, Affordable $5 Community Class, Beyond Basics, Svaroopa, Tai Chi, as well as special workshops and teacher training. Find our schedule online or drop us an email.

403 Warren St., Hudson
518-828-1034

"Destination Restaurant" by Culinary Institute of America. Four and 1/2 stars from the Poughkeepsie Journal & "Best Sushi in the Hudson Valley" from Zagat's. Also: voted "Best sushi of the Hudson Valley 2014" Hudson Valley magazine.Tucked in the heart of Rhinebeck, Osaka has been the go-to-sushi restaurant for 19 years. Chefs work in rhythm to craft sushi, sashimi, and rolls from a vividly bright palette of salmon, tuna, yellowtail, squid, uni, and other varieties of fish. For diners looking to take a break from the raw dishes, Osaka serves a variety of tempura, teriyaki, hibachi, and noodle bowl dinners. Eat-in or take-out.

22 Garden St. , Rhinebeck
845-876-7338

Full range of tree services; small or large projects. Serving Columbia and Northern Dutchess Counties. Locally owned and operated. Robert Everhart, ISA-certified arborist, with over 20 years experience in tree care, preservation and maintenance.

23 Orchard Rd, Hudson
518-822-9154 or 845-489-3572

Ann Lombardozzi C.P.E. and daughter Michelle Lombardozzi-Strollo have over 30 years combined experience. Computerized equipment thermyolosis, electrolysis and blend methods. Disposable needles used. Gender friendly. CDC sterilization methods. Electrolysis—the only method of permanent hair removal.

22 E. Market St., #201, Rhinebeck
845-876-4878

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